The Aussie VR arcade steadily taking over the world has now released its new Far Cry game experience, the first big licensed game of its kind.
The new VERITAS and DAVINCI+ missions will map our vicious neighbour and test its atmospheric chemistry before the end of the decade.
The ACCC action against the Vocus-owned telcos has led to $2.5M in fines over misleading evening speed claims back in 2018-19.
Microsoft teased the “most significant upgrade to Windows in a decade” at Build, and now we know we’ll learn all on June 24.
Thanks to the launch of The Elder Scrolls Online Blackwood expansion (June 8) we have the official ‘Hot Sauce of Oblivion’ to giveaway!
Everyone’s favourite Aussie beasts from below are showing signs of success in a rewilding project to help save the devils from DFTD.
2,500 New York drivers have created a collective ridesharing business that pays them better than Uber and Lyft plus cooperative ownership of the entire business.
Digital ID creeping toward online verification systems, a ridesharing co-op launches in New York, HP buys HyperX plus more news from Computex and more.
Victoria’s vaccination booking system is still on a shelf, UNSW gives seL4 a lifeline, Computex news from Intel, Xiaomi shows faster fast charging, plus more from Amazon, TCL and Xbox.
Seamus talks to Scott Shicoff and Kris Zierhut from the Diablo Immortal team about putting hardcore PVP into the mobile action RPG.
Japan sending a cute transforming ball bot to the moon, Have I Been Pwned going open source, a Google privacy mess, Starlink for NSW police, and lots more.
We need more short videogames in the world. We chat to Jordi de Paco from Deconstructeam on their devotion to making them.
Human rights commission wants to slow down facial recognition and AI, do CIOs need a better grasp of HR needs, Twitter sub pricing revealed, plus Acer, Zwift and more.
Amazon set to buy MGM, CommBank ready to show you ALL your accounts, USB wants more power, and Facebook still doesn’t get it. Plus new products and more.
Victoria passes an onerous law on EV drivers, Nadella hints at the future of Windows, plus Goog, Epson, esports and more in today’s Daily.
Digital driver’s licenses are going great in NSW, while pirates get lazy in the modern era. Plus crypto, the end of Charlie on YouTube, and more.